Former private investigator Dominic Casey has come forward accusing Anthony of confessing to the murder, and paying her attorney with sex, according to PEOPLE.
Students in Detroit Public Schools really can’t catch a break. In addition to the deplorable conditions of the district’s schools, they also have to contend with school officials constantly ripping them off.
The outspoken Republican nominee has been adamant, against all scientific logic, that global warming is a hoax.
With new study results revealing negative long-term effects of NBC’s hit extreme-dieting show, more former contestants are demanding NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” finally be canceled.
In what must be a political psychologist’s wet dream, the stories of people actively going against their own self-interests to vote for Donald Trump continue to turn up.
This week President Obama and the Department of Labor have finalized plans to fix problems with overtime pay in America.
Haag fled the scene and neglected to report his involvement to police, but the incident had been caught on film by a dash-cam.
Denise Calderon, a local community activist, discovered the fliers on cars around her apartment. Angered, Calderon removed the fliers from as many cars as she could before contacting police.
In order to qualify, participants must be medically certified as brain dead and only being kept alive by the efforts of life support machines.
Cruz really should have known better then to think facts would hold any sway in a debate with one of Trump’s troglodytes.
During the trial, both Sefton and Lloyd’s attorneys attempted to paint the disgusting adults as martyrs, just doing the best they could for their children.
As usual it was left to Earhardt’s co-hosts, Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy, to attempt to salvage the discussion, but the damage had been done.
In what has to be the greatest case of either cognitive dissonance or satire imaginable, a Kansas based Christian group has been fighting the Kansas Board of Education, for “indoctrinating impressionable young minds.”
A new “textalyzer” device would help authorities determine whether someone involved in a motor vehicle accident was unlawfully driving while distracted. It would also be a huge violation of the Fourth Amendment.
Two doctors, Dr. George Parker and Dr. Don Olive, both evaluated Ericson and determined that he is currently not competent to stand trial.